Oculus Quest 2 has leaked through Facebook, and includes a new display, a higher speed processor, and more.

Oculus Quest 2 has leaked, revealing a new look, higher-quality display, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and more.The Facebook Blueprint website currently lists the Quest 2 alongside a 3-minute introductory video. Another trailer has been removed, but has been rehosted on YouTube.Those videos reveal a number of features of the upgraded all-in-one VR headset. Coming in a white colour scheme, the headset features a new display with over 50% higher pixel density than Quest and almost 2K resolution per eye. It’s smaller and lighter than the original, and the controllers have been given a tweak to improve ergonomics.
As for the internals, the Quest 2 features a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 Processor, 6GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage, potentially making for a far smoother experience than the original headset. It can still be connected to a PC using Oculus Link in order to play higher-powered games.
No price or release date has been listed at time of writing.
We awarded the original Oculus Quest a 9.5/10 review, calling it “the true future of virtual reality” – here’s hoping that future’s even brighter in the next iteration.
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